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How Effective are Your Conference Calls?
Let’s face it, conference calls can be a nightmare! All those calls to the far side of the globe, sometimes at socially inconvenient times of the day or night, perhaps not knowing: why you’ve been invited to take part, who … Continue reading
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The Role of the Chair of the Meeting
There are a lot of misunderstandings about the role of a Chair of a meeting. The Chair should manage three strands of activity at the meeting – the people, the process as well as the content. The role of the … Continue reading
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Could Lawyers Run Meetings Better?
Otherwise entitled Meetings, Bl***y Meetings! Some meetings are relatively straightforward to manage, for example those between just you and your client. Many other meetings are much more difficult to run, for example where you have you, your client, the other … Continue reading
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How Effective is Your Team? Is it like a well-run Arsenal or more like Rangers?
Law firms are made up of lots of teams. They spend hours in meetings. But how effective are they? There’s the board, perhaps with the role of looking at the strategy of the firm, looking for appropriate firms to merge … Continue reading
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